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SOURCE: The Branding Muse
To have a solid personal brand, students and young professionals need to present valuable content in a professional manner. The Branding Muse provides free resources such as the "Crucial Components for an Effective Personal Website" ebook that empowers its readers to take action and begin building their personal website and improve their personal brand.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
A personal website is the number one tool that students and young professionals can use to develop a personal brand and highlight accomplishments. The Branding Muse has published a free e-book "Crucial Components for an Effective Personal Website,” that shares why a personal website is so important in the development of a polished professional brand and how others can create their own.
A student and job seeker’s online presence should include a personal website to share different information, improve their personal branding and present them in a positive light. Online portfolios and websites are marketing tools that will attract or deter an audience depending on the design, presentation and content. A professional online presence, if developed properly, can become a competitive advantage over peers and job candidates.
In this e-book, readers will learn the:
To download the free website development e-book, visit The Branding Muse website: http://bit.ly/FreeWebsiteEbook
About the Author and The Branding Muse
Emmelie De La Cruz is an employed-prenuer, working full-time and managing her business, The Branding Muse, where she works to assist college students and young professionals with personal branding. By creating resources to simplify branding, The Branding Muse empowers its community to take control of their personal brands. Emmelie also assists small businesses and entrepreneurs to develop and implement social, mobile and digital strategies.
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